Revolutions Revisited: Two Faces of the Politics of Enlightenment

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Univ of North Carolina Press, 1994 - 136 頁
What happens after the revolution? In this elegant extended essay, Ralph Lerner explores how suchs enlightened revolutionaries as Franklin, Lincoln, and Tocqueville met the challenge of translating a revolution into lasting political and social change. Ei
 

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Revolution "first must be made, in institutions, thinking and expectation and then defended against overt enemies without and covert enemies within,'' writes Lerner. Through the writings of Benjamin ... 閱讀評論全文

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Dr Janus
3
Americas Place in the Enlightenment
19
A Dialogue of Fathers and Sons
39
Revisioning Our Revolution
55
What Manner of Speech?
57
Burkes Muffled Oars
67
Lincoln s Revolution
88
Tocquevilles Political Sermon
112
Revival through Recollection
129
Index
135
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Ralph Lerner is professor, Committee on Social Thought, at the University of Chicago. He is author of The Thinking Revolutionary: Principle and Practice in the New Republic and coeditor of The Founders' Constitution.

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